maandag 25 oktober 2010

Lucent Terrorism Library


The Lucent Terrorism Library examines the wrenching events of September 11, 2001 as well as the history and personalities behind terrorist acts committed in the United States and elsewhere in the world.

Each volume in the set uses a variety of primary and secondary source quotes to enliven the narrative. The set includes a companion primary source anthology that contains numerous first-person accounts from witnesses at the scene; from the American government and public; and from political leaders and commentators abroad. All books feature annotated bibliographies, maps, and photographs. This set serves as an excellent resource for research projects and class discussion.

For now just three issues, the rest would be more then appreciated!

"Terrorists and terrorist groups"

Introduction - The Terrorists
Chapter one - Hamas
Chapter two - Abimael Guzman and Shining Path
Chapter three - The Irish Republican Army
Chapter four - Timothy McVeigh
Chapter five - Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda

Author Stephen Currie
Published by Lucent Books

This title provides an examination of several of the most dangerous and influential terrorists and terrorist groups throughout history. The chapters include biographical information on individual terrorists along with historical information about the groups they belonged to and the actions they carried out.

Review:
"This set of titles is a good source of information about the horrifying and heroic events of September 11, 2001...Readers who want a full picture of these world-altering events, as well as those who just need a concise reference for class assignments, would find these volumes useful."
-- Library Media Connection (January 2003)

Published/Released: May 2002
ISBN 13: 9781590182079
ISBN 10: 1590182073

http://hotfile.com/dl/27506470/35ea498/1590182073.rar.html

"The War Against Iraq"

Foreword
Introduction - Winning the Peace
Chapter 1 - Iraq’s History of Aggression and Arms
Chapter 2 - The Axis of Evil and Diplomatic Efforts to Disarm Iraq
Chapter 3 - Shock and Awe in Twenty-Six Days
Chapter 4 - The Aftermath ofWar in Iraq
Chapter 5 - Challenges for the New Iraq

Debra A. Miller, "Lucent Terrorism Library - The War Against Iraq (Lucent Terrorism Library)"
Publisher: Lucent Books | 2003 | ISBN 1590185226 | PDF | 110 pages | 8.5 MB

The fifth installment in this series, The War Against Iraq covers events that led the United States from the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to recent military involvement in Iraq.

http://hotfile.com/dl/74630534/0e66005/Lucent_Terrorism_Library_-_The_War_Against_Iraq.rar.html

"The Iraqi prisoner scandal"

Foreword
Introduction - A Dark Day in America
Chapter one - Iraq and the War on Terror
Chapter two - Tales of Torture
Chapter three - A Scandal Breaks
Chapter four - Bad Apples—or Bad Policy?
Chapter five - The Legacy of Abu Ghraib

Author M. Martin
Published by Lucent Books

In spring 2004, the world became aware that terrible abuses had been committed in an American-controlled Iraqi detention facility known as Abu Ghraib prison. This realization raised many questions for the American military mission in Iraq, and threatened to harm America's reputation around the world. This volume explores the controversial issues surrounding the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal and its effects on the war on terror.

Published/Released: February 2005
ISBN 13: 9781590187692
ISBN 10: 1590187695

http://rapidshare.com/files/171969266/2362.rar

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